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Diploma in Aviation Safety - Level 4 (USA Standards)
This is an ideal training for anyone who aspires to take a comprehensive course in aviation safety. The Diploma in Aviation Safety Level 4 (USA Standards) is a practical course that provides extensive information on safety in the air and on the ground. The course focuses completely on the practices and principles of aviation safety. The ultimate goal is to continuously improve the overall safety in the aviation system. Learners will be equipped with the necessary toolkit to help them understand the causes of accidents and gain insight on the best course of prevention and accident. Once qualified, you can take on the role and responsibilities pertaining to aviation and safety in the modern world.
There are a number of key topics discussed in this course such as an understanding of safety, aviation safety programme management, general aviation accidents, flight safety programmes, aircraft accident investigation and pilot decision making. Each module is discussed in-depth ensuring learners gain a firm understanding of the subject matter.
The Diploma in Aviation Safety Level 4 is the perfect programme for individuals who desire to have a career in aviation safety and advance in the field to the next level. This certificate will boost your educational standing and open the door to gaining exciting career opportunities in the aviation industry.
Please Note: This Course is Based on USA Standards.
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- Expand your understanding of accident predictions and preventions
- Learn about important topics such as safety and policy management
- Learn to promote the safety of employees
- Understand the complex interactions of systems and human factors
[Module 01] The Philosophy of Safety
1.1 Learning Objectives:
1.2 Is Safety a Core business function?
1.3 What is the fundamental objective of a Business Organisation?
1.4 Cost vs. Benefit Considerations
1.5 Costs of accidents
1.6 Costs of Incidents
1.7 Costs of safety
1.8 What is the value of a human life?
1.9 Value of Preventing Injuries
1.10 Recognising Uncertainty
1.11 Production vs. Protection
1.12 Safety Culture
1.13 Chapter Questions
1.14 Learning Objectives:
[ Module 02] Aviation Safety Programme Management and Safety Management System
2.1 Learning Objectives:
2.2 Safety Management Systems (SMS)
2.3 Why is SMS Needed?
2.4 Definition of an SMS
2.5 The Accountable Executive
2.6 Key Safety Personnel
2.7 The Four Components, or Pillars, of SMS:
2.8 Safety Policy
2.9 Safety Risk Management
2.10 Risk Assessment
2.11 Risk Matrix
2.12 Risk Control
2.13 Safety Assurance
[Module 03] Accident Investigation Theory
3.1 Learning Objectives
3.2 Types of Investigations
3.3 Types of Accidents
3.4 Chapter Questions
[Module 04] Aircraft Accident Investigation
4.1 Learning Objectives
4.2 Site Safety at the scene of the accident
4.3 Site Survey
4.4 Wreckage patterns
4.5 Examination of ground scars
4.6 Impact marks
4.7 Need for photographs
4.8 What to photograph at the accident site
4.9 Aircraft Accident Working Groups
4.10 Parties to the investigation
4.11 Chapter questions
[Module 05] General Aviation Accidents
5.1 Learning Objectives
5.2 What is General Aviation?
5.3 Preliminary Analysis for 2010–2014
5.4 NTSB Most Wanted Safety Improvements
5.5 Safety Recommendations Issued
5.6 Chapter questions
[Module 06] The Human Factors Analysis and Classification System
6.1 Learning Objectives
6.3 Reason’s “Swiss Cheese” Model of Human Error
6.4 Unsafe Acts
6.6 Preconditions for Unsafe Acts
6.7 Inadequate Supervision.
6.8 Planned Inappropriate Operations.
6.9 Failure to Correct a Known Problem.
6.10 Supervisory Violations
6.11 Organisational Influences
6.12 Resource Management.
6.14 Operational Process
6.16 Chapter Questions
[Module 07] Hazardous Attitudes
7.1 Learning Objectives
7.2 Chapter Questions
[Module 08] Anti-Drug Programmes in Aviation
8.1 Learning Objectives:
8.3 Requirements for an Anti-Drug Programme
8.4 Safety-Sensitive Functions
8.5 When will employees be tested?
8.6 What conduct is prohibited by the DOT regulations?
8.7 What country consumes the most illegal drugs?
8.8 Shy Bladder Procedures
8.9 What constitutes a post-accident test? What is the definition of an accident?
8.10 Should I refuse a test if I believe I was unfairly selected for testing
8.11 What is considered a refusal to test?
8.12 DOT Publication: “What Employees Need To Know About DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing”
8.13 Chapter Questions
[Module 09] Pilot Decision Making
9.1 Learning Objectives:
9.2 Why do good people have accidents?
9.3 Operational Errors and Tactical Errors
9.4 How does brain development affect decision-making?
9.5 Alcohol and the Teen Brain
9.6 Can good decision making be taught?
9.7 Risk Management and ADM
9.8 Hazard and Risk
9.9 Hazardous Attitudes and Antidotes
9.11 Assessing Risk
9.12 Likelihood of an Event
9.13 Severity of an Event
9.14 Mitigating Risk
9.15 The PAVE Checklist
9.16 P = Pilot in Command (PIC)
9.17 A =Aircraft
9.18 V = Environment Weather
9.23 E = External Pressures
9.24 Managing External Pressures
9.25 The Decision - Making Process
9.26 Chapter Questions
[Module 10] Mid Air Collision Avoidance
10.1 Learning Objectives
10.3 Profile of Mid-air Collisions
10.4 Not What You Might Expect
10.5 No Pilot is Immune
10.6 Mid-air Collision Causes
10.7 Limitations of the Eye
10.9 Empty-Field Myopia
10.10 Binocular Vision
10.11 Tunnel Vision
10.12 Blossom Effect
10.13 Environmental Effects
10.14 Human Factors
10.15 How to Scan
10.16 Scan Patterns
10.17 Block System
10.18 Side- to Side Block Scan
10.19 Front –to -Side Block Scan
10.20 he Time Sharing Plan
10.21 Panel Scan
10.22 Collision Avoidance Checklist
10.23 Check Yourself
10.24 Plan Ahead
10.25 Clean Windows
10.26 Adhere to Standard Operating Procedures
10.27 Avoid Crowds
[Module 11] Bird Strike Mitigation
11.1 Learning Objectives
11.2 Statistics on bird strikes:
11.3 Chapter Questions
[Module 12] Hazardous Weather
12.1 Learning Objective
12.4 Squall Line
12.9 Ceiling and Visibility
12.10 Effect on Altimeters
12.13 Level Wind Shear
12.14 Aircraft Icing
12.15 Groups of Icing
12.16 Structural Icing
12.17 Types of Icing
12.18 Clear Ice
12.19 Rime Ice
12.21 Icing Amounts
12.22 Trace Ice
12.23 Light Ice
12.24 Moderate Ice
12.25 Severe Ice
12.26 Icing Dangers
12.27 Helicopter Icing
12.28 Engine Icing
12.29 Carburetor Icing
12.30 Induction Icing
12.31 Inlet Guide Vane Icing
12.32 Weather Conditions for Icing
12.33 Effects of Temperature on Pressure
12.34 Chapter Questions
[Module 13] Managing Fatigue
13.1 Managing Fatigue
13.2 Learning Objectives
13.3 Corporate Airlines Flight 5966
13.4 Shuttle America Flight 6448
13.5 Go! Airlines Flight 1002
13.6 US Air Force flight
13.7 Chapter Questions
The course will be directly delivered to you, and you have 12 months access to the online learning platform from the date you joined the course. The content will be accessible to you 24/7. The course is self-paced and you can complete it in stages, revisiting the lectures at any time.
Method of Assessment
At the end of the course, learners will also take an online multiple choice question assessment test. This online multiple choice question test is marked straightaway so you will receive an instant grade and know whether you have passed the course.
Successful learners will be awarded the Diploma in Aviation Safety Level 4 by CPD and iAP.
The certificate will be awarded by CPD and iAP. This internationally recognised qualification will make your CV standout and encourage employers to see your motivation at expanding your skills and knowledge in the IT enterprise.
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Who is this course for?
- This course is ideal for anyone aspiring to work in aviation safety
- Anyone who wants a comprehensive overview of aviation safety
- Aviation technicians, security and managers, air traffic controllers
- Learners should be age 16 or over, and must have a basic understanding of Maths, English, and ICT.
- Sound educational background.
- The course is practical for anyone interested in the subject.
You can further your knowledge in the subject by studying related courses or go onto work in multiple job positions. You can fulfil any of the following roles:
- Aviation Technicians
- Aviation Managers
- Airport Security Managers
- Air Traffic Controllers
- Systems Managers
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i want to know the duration for this course, because i registered it last month and am still learning and preparing for the exams. is it 1 year
Dear Sir/Ma'am Thank you very much for your query. The duration is 8 Hours, however The course will be directly delivered to you, and you have 12 months access to the online learning platform from the date you joined the course. The content will be accessible to you 24/7. Hurry up to grab the discount as it ends soon. Regards, Student Support Team.This was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
What job in the aviation industry can I get after completing this course
Dear Ramilla, Thank you for your query. You can further your knowledge in the subject by studying related courses or go onto work in multiple job positions. You can fulfil any of the following roles: Aviation Technicians Aviation Managers Airport Security Managers Air Traffic Controllers Systems Managers. Regards, Student Support TeamThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
How do I enroll, I can’t even find a link to purchase the corse
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